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Thursday 10/19
12:00 am – 6:00 am HBCU Hip-Hop/R&B Music
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HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

6:00 am – 10:00 am HBCU Neo-Soul
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HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

10:00 am – 10:30 am FAMU Now!
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FAMU Now! is a 30-minute, weekly informational program that focuses on highlights and achievements of Florida A&M University students, alumni, faculty and administrators. It also features topical issues that impact historically black colleges and universities and its stakeholders. FAMU Now! airs weekly on Sirius XM Radio HBCU Channel 142.

10:30 am – 11:00 am Black Docs
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African American Health – Black Docs is a thirty-minute program that features a panel of five African American female trailblazing doctors from different fields of medicine. Black Docs discusses numerous subjects of health that are important to the African American Community including mental health, healthy lifestyles and much more. Black Docs is produced by Tennessee State University.

11:00 am – 12:00 pm Press Box to Press Row
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Press Box to Press Row is a sports talk show that highlights teams and athletic events at HBCUs around the nation and features interviews with newsmakers and top coaches, student-athletes, and administrators. In addition, the hour-long program includes interviews and guest spots with premier professional athletes and entertainers, including Serena Williams, Demarcus Ware, Tony Dungy, Jim Brown, Common, and actor/comedian Anthony Anderson, to name a few.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm HBCU
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SiriusXM Satellite Radio’s African Ancestry Affinity Group (AAAG) held its 4th Annual Black History Month event focusing on ‘Historical Black Colleges and Universities and their significance in today’s society’. Hosted by SiriusXM Urban View’s on-air host Maggie Linton and featuring panelists: Ty Couey – President of the National Historical Black Colleges and University Alumni Association, Dr Brian Bridges – VP of Research and Member Engagement at the UNCF’s Patterson Research Institute, Kenya Gray – President of the Bennett College Alumni Association (DC Chapter) and Candice Charles – President of National Black MBA (DC Chapter), the group covered a diverse range of topics.

1:00 pm – 1:30 pm Outlook On Agriculture
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Outlook on Agriculture, hosted by LaRachelle Smith and a student co-host, delves into the vast and innovative services within Prairie View A&M University’s College of Agriculture & Human Sciences (CAHS). The show provides national trends and news within the agriculture industry and celebrates the richness of the nearly 140-year heritage and tradition of Agriculture at Prairie View.

1:30 pm – 6:00 pm HBCU Neo-Soul
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HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm The Pastor's Study
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The Pastor’s Study is an hour-long program that discusses current event and issues affecting Christians. The Pastor’s Study uses social media to encourage participation and discussion on show topics. The Pastor’s Study is a show that offers more than a discussion on relevant topics, it challenges each and everyone who listens to become a better person, friend and Christian. The Pastor’s Study is produced by Hampton University.

7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Cool Jazz Countdown
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The Cool Jazz Countdown is a weekly survey based on national jazz chart movement, listener feedback and local radio airplay.The Cool Jazz Countdown highlights the Top Ten Jazz Albums of the week¿within the Traditional and Contemporary genres. The program shares the latest information about the artist including biographical information,little known tidbits, and sidemen playing on the project, producers of the¿CD and background information on the music label.¿¿In addition to the Ten Song Countdown, The Cool Jazz Countdown includes the¿New Music Feature of the week in which we highlight a forth-coming album release. Then we present the artist to you with our “On the Line” interview¿segment where we talk directly to the artist. During this segment we discuss¿their current project, upcoming performances, and other information that will bring a fresh perspective to the artist. We present the artist to you!¿¿Past “On the Line” guest include: Marcus Miller, George Duke, Kenny Garrett, Roy Hargrove, Jeff Lorber, and Carmen Lundy just to name a few.

8:00 pm – Thursday Midnight HBCU Jazz Music
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HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

Friday 10/20
12:00 am – 6:00 am HBCU Hip-Hop/R&B Music
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HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

6:00 am – 8:00 am HBCU Neo-Soul
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HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

8:00 am – 9:00 am Real Women, Real Talk
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Women’s Issues – Real Women, Real Talk is an hour-long program that covers issues from a women’s perspective. Real Women, Real Talk features in-depth conversations on various topics including relationships, finances and much more. Real Women, Real Talk is produced by Virginia State University.

9:00 am – 9:30 am FAMU Now!
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FAMU Now! is a 30-minute, weekly informational program that focuses on highlights and achievements of Florida A&M University students, alumni, faculty and administrators. It also features topical issues that impact historically black colleges and universities and its stakeholders. FAMU Now! airs weekly on Sirius XM Radio HBCU Channel 142.

9:30 am – 10:00 am HBCU Neo-Soul
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HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

10:00 am – 10:30 am Belleaire Radio Show
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Belleaire Radio presents interviews, radio dramas, special events, oral histories and news features from the Bennett College campus and community.

10:30 am – 11:00 am Outlook On Agriculture
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Outlook on Agriculture, hosted by LaRachelle Smith and a student co-host, delves into the vast and innovative services within Prairie View A&M University’s College of Agriculture & Human Sciences (CAHS). The show provides national trends and news within the agriculture industry and celebrates the richness of the nearly 140-year heritage and tradition of Agriculture at Prairie View.

11:00 am – 12:00 pm Lessons in Jazz
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Jazz Enlightenment – Lessons In Jazz is two-hour music intensive program whose format celebrates the Hip Hop, R&B, and jazz musical traditions to educate and illustrate each form’s influences on one another. The show’s central theme discusses at length the evolution of the relationship between Hip Hop and jazz music. Lessons In Jazz plays a major role in keeping jazz music alive. Lessons In Jazz is produced by Hampton

12:00 pm – 3:00 pm Jazz Reflections
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Jazz Music – Jazz Reflections is a two-hour music program that features pioneers and legends of the jazz genre. Jazz Reflections features rare original recordings from past decades when jazz music was at its highest peak in music. Jazz Reflections is produced by Jackson State University.

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm The Leadership Zone
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Inspiring Talk – The Leadership Zone is an hour-long program that features global leaders and innovators. The Leadership Zone focuses on a wide range of topics such as diversity and leadership. Guests on the show give personal stories on their road to success. The Leadership Zone is produced by American Baptist College.

4:00 pm – 4:30 pm Global Mizz: The Workshop
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The Global Mixx ‘The Workshop’ powered by the HBCX Network is an half hour radio show hosted by radio and record veteran, Caryn Lee. Every week The Workshop will feature guests in the film, music, and entertainment industry sharing their stories on how to break into their business. The show is uplifting, entertaining and funny as we give listeners an inside look into the hustle and grind of the business.

4:30 pm – 5:00 pm Wildcat News Feed
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Wildcat News Feed

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm HBCU Nation
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Join host Anthony Ray as he leads lively, engaging discussions with HBCU advocates, policy makers, authors and others in an effort to promote HBCU Excellence, HBCU Innovation, HBCU Sustainability.

7:00 pm – 8:00 pm HBCU Neo-Soul
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HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

8:00 pm – Friday Midnight HBCU Jazz Music
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HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

Saturday 10/21
12:00 am – 6:00 am HBCU Hip-Hop/R&B Music
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HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

6:00 am – 8:00 am HBCU Neo-Soul
close HBCU Neo-Soul

HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

8:00 am – 8:30 am Plumbline
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Candid Talk – Plumbline is a thirty-minute program hosted by the president of the College, Dr. Forrest E. Harris. Dr. Harris invites his guests and listeners to engage in straightforward conversation about the commitment to leadership and the passion to serve. Every discussion on Plumbline is topical, compelling, and inspirational. Plumbline is produced by American Baptist College.

8:30 am – 9:00 am Black Docs
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African American Health – Black Docs is a thirty-minute program that features a panel of five African American female trailblazing doctors from different fields of medicine. Black Docs discusses numerous subjects of health that are important to the African American Community including mental health, healthy lifestyles and much more. Black Docs is produced by Tennessee State University.

9:00 am – 10:00 am Press Box to Press Row
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Press Box to Press Row is a sports talk show that highlights teams and athletic events at HBCUs around the nation and features interviews with newsmakers and top coaches, student-athletes, and administrators. In addition, the hour-long program includes interviews and guest spots with premier professional athletes and entertainers, including Serena Williams, Demarcus Ware, Tony Dungy, Jim Brown, Common, and actor/comedian Anthony Anderson, to name a few.

10:00 am – 11:00 am Real Women, Real Talk
close Real Women, Real Talk

Women’s Issues – Real Women, Real Talk is an hour-long program that covers issues from a women’s perspective. Real Women, Real Talk features in-depth conversations on various topics including relationships, finances and much more. Real Women, Real Talk is produced by Virginia State University.

11:00 am – 6:00 pm HBCU Neo-Soul
close HBCU Neo-Soul

HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Lessons in Jazz
close Lessons in Jazz

Jazz Enlightenment – Lessons In Jazz is two-hour music intensive program whose format celebrates the Hip Hop, R&B, and jazz musical traditions to educate and illustrate each form’s influences on one another. The show’s central theme discusses at length the evolution of the relationship between Hip Hop and jazz music. Lessons In Jazz plays a major role in keeping jazz music alive. Lessons In Jazz is produced by Hampton

8:00 pm – Saturday Midnight HBCU Jazz Music
close HBCU Jazz Music

HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

Sunday 10/22
12:00 am – 6:00 am HBCU Hip-Hop/R&B Music
close HBCU Hip-Hop/R&B Music

HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

6:00 am – 11:00 am HBCU Neo-Soul
close HBCU Neo-Soul

HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

11:00 am – 11:30 am Black Docs
close Black Docs

African American Health – Black Docs is a thirty-minute program that features a panel of five African American female trailblazing doctors from different fields of medicine. Black Docs discusses numerous subjects of health that are important to the African American Community including mental health, healthy lifestyles and much more. Black Docs is produced by Tennessee State University.

11:30 am – 12:00 pm Plumbline
close Plumbline

Candid Talk – Plumbline is a thirty-minute program hosted by the president of the College, Dr. Forrest E. Harris. Dr. Harris invites his guests and listeners to engage in straightforward conversation about the commitment to leadership and the passion to serve. Every discussion on Plumbline is topical, compelling, and inspirational. Plumbline is produced by American Baptist College.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm The Pastor's Study
close The Pastor's Study

The Pastor’s Study is an hour-long program that discusses current event and issues affecting Christians. The Pastor’s Study uses social media to encourage participation and discussion on show topics. The Pastor’s Study is a show that offers more than a discussion on relevant topics, it challenges each and everyone who listens to become a better person, friend and Christian. The Pastor’s Study is produced by Hampton University.

1:00 pm – 1:30 pm Wildcat News Feed
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Wildcat News Feed

1:30 pm – 2:00 pm Outlook On Agriculture
close Outlook On Agriculture

Outlook on Agriculture, hosted by LaRachelle Smith and a student co-host, delves into the vast and innovative services within Prairie View A&M University’s College of Agriculture & Human Sciences (CAHS). The show provides national trends and news within the agriculture industry and celebrates the richness of the nearly 140-year heritage and tradition of Agriculture at Prairie View.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Jazz Reflections
close Jazz Reflections

Jazz Music – Jazz Reflections is a two-hour music program that features pioneers and legends of the jazz genre. Jazz Reflections features rare original recordings from past decades when jazz music was at its highest peak in music. Jazz Reflections is produced by Jackson State University.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Cool Jazz Countdown
close Cool Jazz Countdown

The Cool Jazz Countdown is a weekly survey based on national jazz chart movement, listener feedback and local radio airplay.The Cool Jazz Countdown highlights the Top Ten Jazz Albums of the week¿within the Traditional and Contemporary genres. The program shares the latest information about the artist including biographical information,little known tidbits, and sidemen playing on the project, producers of the¿CD and background information on the music label.¿¿In addition to the Ten Song Countdown, The Cool Jazz Countdown includes the¿New Music Feature of the week in which we highlight a forth-coming album release. Then we present the artist to you with our “On the Line” interview¿segment where we talk directly to the artist. During this segment we discuss¿their current project, upcoming performances, and other information that will bring a fresh perspective to the artist. We present the artist to you!¿¿Past “On the Line” guest include: Marcus Miller, George Duke, Kenny Garrett, Roy Hargrove, Jeff Lorber, and Carmen Lundy just to name a few.

5:00 pm – 5:30 pm Tennessee State Talk
close Tennessee State Talk

Tennessee State Talk is an informative and motivational talk show designed to empower the HBCU community. Tennessee State Talk is designed to display the talent of the neighboring community. Tennessee State Talk is produced by Tennessee State University.

5:30 pm – 6:00 pm Global Mizz: The Workshop
close Global Mizz: The Workshop

The Global Mixx ‘The Workshop’ powered by the HBCX Network is an half hour radio show hosted by radio and record veteran, Caryn Lee. Every week The Workshop will feature guests in the film, music, and entertainment industry sharing their stories on how to break into their business. The show is uplifting, entertaining and funny as we give listeners an inside look into the hustle and grind of the business.

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm The Leadership Zone
close The Leadership Zone

Inspiring Talk – The Leadership Zone is an hour-long program that features global leaders and innovators. The Leadership Zone focuses on a wide range of topics such as diversity and leadership. Guests on the show give personal stories on their road to success. The Leadership Zone is produced by American Baptist College.

7:00 pm – 8:00 pm HBCU Neo-Soul
close HBCU Neo-Soul

HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

8:00 pm – Sunday Midnight HBCU Jazz Music
close HBCU Jazz Music

HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

Monday 10/23
12:00 am – 6:00 am HBCU Hip-Hop/R&B Music
close HBCU Hip-Hop/R&B Music

HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

6:00 am – 10:00 am HBCU Neo-Soul
close HBCU Neo-Soul

HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm HBCU Nation
close HBCU Nation

Join host Anthony Ray as he leads lively, engaging discussions with HBCU advocates, policy makers, authors and others in an effort to promote HBCU Excellence, HBCU Innovation, HBCU Sustainability.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm The Leadership Zone
close The Leadership Zone

Inspiring Talk – The Leadership Zone is an hour-long program that features global leaders and innovators. The Leadership Zone focuses on a wide range of topics such as diversity and leadership. Guests on the show give personal stories on their road to success. The Leadership Zone is produced by American Baptist College.

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Press Box to Press Row
close Press Box to Press Row

Press Box to Press Row is a sports talk show that highlights teams and athletic events at HBCUs around the nation and features interviews with newsmakers and top coaches, student-athletes, and administrators. In addition, the hour-long program includes interviews and guest spots with premier professional athletes and entertainers, including Serena Williams, Demarcus Ware, Tony Dungy, Jim Brown, Common, and actor/comedian Anthony Anderson, to name a few.

2:00 pm – 2:30 pm Wildcat News Feed
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Wildcat News Feed

2:30 pm – 3:00 pm Black Docs
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African American Health – Black Docs is a thirty-minute program that features a panel of five African American female trailblazing doctors from different fields of medicine. Black Docs discusses numerous subjects of health that are important to the African American Community including mental health, healthy lifestyles and much more. Black Docs is produced by Tennessee State University.

3:00 pm – 3:30 pm FAMU Now!
close FAMU Now!

FAMU Now! is a 30-minute, weekly informational program that focuses on highlights and achievements of Florida A&M University students, alumni, faculty and administrators. It also features topical issues that impact historically black colleges and universities and its stakeholders. FAMU Now! airs weekly on Sirius XM Radio HBCU Channel 142.

3:30 pm – 4:00 pm Belleaire Radio Show
close Belleaire Radio Show

Belleaire Radio presents interviews, radio dramas, special events, oral histories and news features from the Bennett College campus and community.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm HBCU
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SiriusXM Satellite Radio’s African Ancestry Affinity Group (AAAG) held its 4th Annual Black History Month event focusing on ‘Historical Black Colleges and Universities and their significance in today’s society’. Hosted by SiriusXM Urban View’s on-air host Maggie Linton and featuring panelists: Ty Couey – President of the National Historical Black Colleges and University Alumni Association, Dr Brian Bridges – VP of Research and Member Engagement at the UNCF’s Patterson Research Institute, Kenya Gray – President of the Bennett College Alumni Association (DC Chapter) and Candice Charles – President of National Black MBA (DC Chapter), the group covered a diverse range of topics.

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Real Women, Real Talk
close Real Women, Real Talk

Women’s Issues – Real Women, Real Talk is an hour-long program that covers issues from a women’s perspective. Real Women, Real Talk features in-depth conversations on various topics including relationships, finances and much more. Real Women, Real Talk is produced by Virginia State University.

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Lessons in Jazz
close Lessons in Jazz

Jazz Enlightenment – Lessons In Jazz is two-hour music intensive program whose format celebrates the Hip Hop, R&B, and jazz musical traditions to educate and illustrate each form’s influences on one another. The show’s central theme discusses at length the evolution of the relationship between Hip Hop and jazz music. Lessons In Jazz plays a major role in keeping jazz music alive. Lessons In Jazz is produced by Hampton

8:00 pm – Monday Midnight HBCU Jazz Music
close HBCU Jazz Music

HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

Tuesday 10/24
12:00 am – 6:00 am HBCU Hip-Hop/R&B Music
close HBCU Hip-Hop/R&B Music

HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

6:00 am – 11:00 am HBCU Neo-Soul
close HBCU Neo-Soul

HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

11:00 am – 12:00 pm The Pastor's Study
close The Pastor's Study

The Pastor’s Study is an hour-long program that discusses current event and issues affecting Christians. The Pastor’s Study uses social media to encourage participation and discussion on show topics. The Pastor’s Study is a show that offers more than a discussion on relevant topics, it challenges each and everyone who listens to become a better person, friend and Christian. The Pastor’s Study is produced by Hampton University.

12:00 pm – 12:30 pm Plumbline
close Plumbline

Candid Talk – Plumbline is a thirty-minute program hosted by the president of the College, Dr. Forrest E. Harris. Dr. Harris invites his guests and listeners to engage in straightforward conversation about the commitment to leadership and the passion to serve. Every discussion on Plumbline is topical, compelling, and inspirational. Plumbline is produced by American Baptist College.

12:30 pm – 1:00 pm Global Mizz: The Workshop
close Global Mizz: The Workshop

The Global Mixx ‘The Workshop’ powered by the HBCX Network is an half hour radio show hosted by radio and record veteran, Caryn Lee. Every week The Workshop will feature guests in the film, music, and entertainment industry sharing their stories on how to break into their business. The show is uplifting, entertaining and funny as we give listeners an inside look into the hustle and grind of the business.

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm HBCU Neo-Soul
close HBCU Neo-Soul

HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

3:00 pm – 3:30 pm Tennessee State Talk
close Tennessee State Talk

Tennessee State Talk is an informative and motivational talk show designed to empower the HBCU community. Tennessee State Talk is designed to display the talent of the neighboring community. Tennessee State Talk is produced by Tennessee State University.

3:30 pm – 4:00 pm Outlook On Agriculture
close Outlook On Agriculture

Outlook on Agriculture, hosted by LaRachelle Smith and a student co-host, delves into the vast and innovative services within Prairie View A&M University’s College of Agriculture & Human Sciences (CAHS). The show provides national trends and news within the agriculture industry and celebrates the richness of the nearly 140-year heritage and tradition of Agriculture at Prairie View.

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Jazz Reflections
close Jazz Reflections

Jazz Music – Jazz Reflections is a two-hour music program that features pioneers and legends of the jazz genre. Jazz Reflections features rare original recordings from past decades when jazz music was at its highest peak in music. Jazz Reflections is produced by Jackson State University.

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm HBCU
close HBCU

SiriusXM Satellite Radio’s African Ancestry Affinity Group (AAAG) held its 4th Annual Black History Month event focusing on ‘Historical Black Colleges and Universities and their significance in today’s society’. Hosted by SiriusXM Urban View’s on-air host Maggie Linton and featuring panelists: Ty Couey – President of the National Historical Black Colleges and University Alumni Association, Dr Brian Bridges – VP of Research and Member Engagement at the UNCF’s Patterson Research Institute, Kenya Gray – President of the Bennett College Alumni Association (DC Chapter) and Candice Charles – President of National Black MBA (DC Chapter), the group covered a diverse range of topics.

7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Cool Jazz Countdown
close Cool Jazz Countdown

The Cool Jazz Countdown is a weekly survey based on national jazz chart movement, listener feedback and local radio airplay.The Cool Jazz Countdown highlights the Top Ten Jazz Albums of the week¿within the Traditional and Contemporary genres. The program shares the latest information about the artist including biographical information,little known tidbits, and sidemen playing on the project, producers of the¿CD and background information on the music label.¿¿In addition to the Ten Song Countdown, The Cool Jazz Countdown includes the¿New Music Feature of the week in which we highlight a forth-coming album release. Then we present the artist to you with our “On the Line” interview¿segment where we talk directly to the artist. During this segment we discuss¿their current project, upcoming performances, and other information that will bring a fresh perspective to the artist. We present the artist to you!¿¿Past “On the Line” guest include: Marcus Miller, George Duke, Kenny Garrett, Roy Hargrove, Jeff Lorber, and Carmen Lundy just to name a few.

8:00 pm – Tuesday Midnight HBCU Jazz Music
close HBCU Jazz Music

HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

Wednesday 10/25
12:00 am – 6:00 am HBCU Hip-Hop/R&B Music
close HBCU Hip-Hop/R&B Music

HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

6:00 am – 11:00 am HBCU Neo-Soul
close HBCU Neo-Soul

HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.

11:00 am – 1:00 pm Jazz Reflections
close Jazz Reflections

Jazz Music – Jazz Reflections is a two-hour music program that features pioneers and legends of the jazz genre. Jazz Reflections features rare original recordings from past decades when jazz music was at its highest peak in music. Jazz Reflections is produced by Jackson State University.

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm The Leadership Zone
close The Leadership Zone

Inspiring Talk – The Leadership Zone is an hour-long program that features global leaders and innovators. The Leadership Zone focuses on a wide range of topics such as diversity and leadership. Guests on the show give personal stories on their road to success. The Leadership Zone is produced by American Baptist College.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm HBCU Nation
close HBCU Nation

Join host Anthony Ray as he leads lively, engaging discussions with HBCU advocates, policy makers, authors and others in an effort to promote HBCU Excellence, HBCU Innovation, HBCU Sustainability.

4:00 pm – 4:30 pm FAMU Now!
close FAMU Now!

FAMU Now! is a 30-minute, weekly informational program that focuses on highlights and achievements of Florida A&M University students, alumni, faculty and administrators. It also features topical issues that impact historically black colleges and universities and its stakeholders. FAMU Now! airs weekly on Sirius XM Radio HBCU Channel 142.

4:30 pm – 5:00 pm Belleaire Radio Show
close Belleaire Radio Show

Belleaire Radio presents interviews, radio dramas, special events, oral histories and news features from the Bennett College campus and community.

5:00 pm – 5:30 pm Wildcat News Feed
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Wildcat News Feed

5:30 pm – 6:00 pm Plumbline
close Plumbline

Candid Talk – Plumbline is a thirty-minute program hosted by the president of the College, Dr. Forrest E. Harris. Dr. Harris invites his guests and listeners to engage in straightforward conversation about the commitment to leadership and the passion to serve. Every discussion on Plumbline is topical, compelling, and inspirational. Plumbline is produced by American Baptist College.

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Press Box to Press Row
close Press Box to Press Row

Press Box to Press Row is a sports talk show that highlights teams and athletic events at HBCUs around the nation and features interviews with newsmakers and top coaches, student-athletes, and administrators. In addition, the hour-long program includes interviews and guest spots with premier professional athletes and entertainers, including Serena Williams, Demarcus Ware, Tony Dungy, Jim Brown, Common, and actor/comedian Anthony Anderson, to name a few.

7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Real Women, Real Talk
close Real Women, Real Talk

Women’s Issues – Real Women, Real Talk is an hour-long program that covers issues from a women’s perspective. Real Women, Real Talk features in-depth conversations on various topics including relationships, finances and much more. Real Women, Real Talk is produced by Virginia State University.

8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Lessons in Jazz
close Lessons in Jazz

Jazz Enlightenment – Lessons In Jazz is two-hour music intensive program whose format celebrates the Hip Hop, R&B, and jazz musical traditions to educate and illustrate each form’s influences on one another. The show’s central theme discusses at length the evolution of the relationship between Hip Hop and jazz music. Lessons In Jazz plays a major role in keeping jazz music alive. Lessons In Jazz is produced by Hampton

10:00 pm – Wednesday Midnight HBCU Jazz Music
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HBCU is a collective blend of programming from Historically Black Colleges and Universities about the black college experience.



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